As CEO at RITE AID CORP, John T. Standley made $10,877,317 in total compensation. Of this total $1,150,000 was received as a salary, $2,991,291 was received as a bonus, $3,032,895 was received in stock options, $3,411,852 was awarded as stock and $291,279 came from other types of compensation. This information is according to proxy statements filed for the 2015 fiscal year.
That is a fat payday
CC told the story to those listening
Unfortunately, the weak industry revenue environment in the quarter masked the significant improvements we are making in other areas. In particular, we are making great progress on our agenda to drive costs take-outs and quality improvements.
The way the insiders are buying it looks like a lot of bad was cleaned out last quarter. Quick rebound coming as the best season is now upon us. Good headlines over the next few months....
Think their telling us the last two quarters were kitchen sink and everything bad to be written down (it was an ugly quarter!). Positive surprises to be delivered in second half.
34.11% short. Wall Street has much more info on this one than we ever will. After they get one more sizable dip to exit I plan to go long for the long term (years). I'm expecting a hard summer for the market and a better entry from the short games being played. Expect same shorts will be going long with me. Two or more years out it will be a big win.
GLTA, especially the small investors
Nice share from one that has been through the enoxaprin and how much an oral formulation means. Adherence is the biggest obstacle to any drug therapy. Adherence is also something the FDA is really starting to focus on.
The get rick quick crowd has to move on before success of a second trial can be calculated in. Or, company may partner or just sell out?
Wild guess, a surprise bounce when company announces a second trial with expedited approval. Non-inferiority with oral dosing and some bleeding advantages should be as easy sell.
Something illegal or just another attempt at screwing consumers about to be exposed. I don't think screwing customers is in any way illegal in any way. Wall Street has a lot of political pressure coming their way and I'm sure the personal bank accounts are being stuffed.
Massive merger approved by Washington, HAHA!